18th Pipeline Technology Conference Promotes the Development of Young Talent in the Pipeline Industry

(P&GJ) — The 18th Pipeline Technology Conference (ptc) is set to take place in Berlin from May 8-11, 2023. Europe's premier address for pipeline industry professionals will offer a look into the pipeline future, with a broad range of 1-day seminars, panel discussions, technical sessions, operator round-tables, award ceremonies and social events.

ptc 2023 will bring together the industry elite – pipeline operators, industry leaders, experts, and young talent – to discuss the latest developments and advancements in pipeline technology. Key topics for 2023 will include hydrogen, methane emissions, safety & security, climate adaption, geo-hazards, CO2 transportation and a regional focus on the booming African continent.

The gathering will also offer a multitude of technical presentations, including 6 concurrent technical tracks with more than 120 speakers. Participants will have an opportunity to learn from industry experts, network with peers, and form first-hand impressions of the latest trends and developments in the international pipeline industry. All papers will again be published on an open access basis.

Indeed, a special focus will again be devoted to the area of promoting young talent. ptc 2023 will feature a variety of opportunities for young people to get involved into the organization of the event and it will host different awards ceremonies for both students and young professionals. The EITEP Institute is committed to fostering the next generation of pipeline professionals and cooperates with different young pipeline professional communities from around the world.

The exhibition will showcase the latest products and services from leading pipeline operators and service companies. More than 85% of the exhibition stands are already booked.

For more information on the 18th Pipeline Technology Conference, please visit the conference website at www.pipeline-conference.com.

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